Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • A simplified spelling of cipher.

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Examples

  • Evan found out about it and he stopped payment on a check to keep Liu-cifer from ripping him off even more.

    Air America Broke? Off The Air?

  • Evan found out about it and he stopped payment on a check to keep Liu-cifer from ripping him off even more.

    Air America Broke? Off The Air?

  • Evan found out about it and he stopped payment on a check to keep Liu-cifer from ripping him off even more.

    The Rev. Chuck Currie:

  • And twyes noȝt is but noȝt. þ {ere} for {e} doubul the merke aboue þe cifers hede, þe quych betokenes þe halue {n} del of 1, &  þat schal be 1. do away þe cifer & þe merke, &  sett þ {ere} 1,

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • Cast 5 to 5, þat wylle be ten. now do away þe hyer 5, &  write þ {ere} a cifer.

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • The man is actually an articulate (to Americans) cifer.

    Marc Lynch

  • &  þat wel be 4; do away 2 & set þ {ere} 4. þen doubul þe cifer, & þat wel be noȝt, for a 0 is noȝt.

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • þ {a} t 1. place a cifer, yf þ {ere} come mony figur {es} aft {er}. lo an

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • ¶ Also do away þe 9. & set þ {ere} a cifer, &  þen cast þat 1 þat stondes vpon þe hede of 3 to þe same 3, &  þ {a} t schall {e} make 4, þen caste to þe ylke 4 the figur {e} in þe neyþ {er} rewe, þe quych is 2, and þat schall {e} be 6.

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

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